How to Import Inventory into Profit Protector Pro

Profit Protector Pro

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This handy tool does what it says on the tin. Maximising Seller Profits. We’ve completed an in-depth review for you to analyse if it’s suitable for your business needs.

By now, you should’ve read my Profit Protector Pro review and understand exactly how it works.

There’s a small configuration that you need to make when using it, and that’s to configure your Amazon token so that your Inventory automatically imports.

Thankfully, it’s not too bad and it can be completed in a few minutes. I’ve created a guide below for you to get started.



My account

Profit Protector Pro Secret Key

The first thing you need to do here, is Navigate to My Account.

From here, you will see your PPP Secret Key. You will also be able to select which marketplaces you want to focus inside.

If you’re UK only like myself, you should only enable UK.

Scroll down and hit save.

PPP Secret Key

Configuring Your Amazon Account Settings

The next stage is to configure the Amazon settings, via the PPP Dashboard. 

This time, select Account and choose Amazon Settings.

Amazon Token Configuration

It’s important here to ensure that your settings match the market that you’re working in.

I’m focusing on UK/EU as I’m only selling in the UK for the time being. As you can see above, the Merchant ID and MWS Tokens are blank.

PPP have added some quick links just underneath the icons of the country flags, to help you get this set up. 

If you follow these links, they will provide you with your Merchant ID and MWS Token. Note, this will take you back to your Amazon Seller Central Account. 

Once completed, you’ll see the below screen.

You need to copy the Marketplace ID and MWS Authorisation Token above and paste this into your Amazon Account settings (the area that was blank previously).

Now you should scroll down and select save changes.

Amazon Inventory Sync on Profit Protector Pro

Your configuration work is complete. All we have to do now, is wait for Amazon to sync the information with their Servers so Profit Protector can pull this information into their dashboard. 

I had to wait 35 minutes for 95 ASINs to import, and Profit Protector do advise that it can take 24 hours for a full import to complete.

Once this has Synced, you’ll find that your inventory has populated when you select your inventory screen. Whilst waiting for this to sync, it might be worth taking your time to view their training videos, which are extremely helpful!

PPP Inventory

Final Thoughts

It’s pretty easy to import inventory into Profit Protector Pro. We’ve compared this against bQool in the past, but PPP came out on top. If you’re still struggling to add your inventory, drop me a message below and I’ll see what I can do to assist.

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Hi, I'm Tom Paddock! An Amazon & eBay seller, who has helped over 10,000 people start their own online business. I provide cutting-edge techniques to help sellers with Online Arbitrage, Retail Arbitrage & Wholesale on Amazon.

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